VMstore performance

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IOPS

12,736 IOPS

1,269 - 19,073

 

Throughput

321 MBps

57 - 659

 

Latency

1.0 ms

7.5 ms

Flash hit ratio

100 %


Performance Reserves

49% free

auto allocated
free
51% used

Physical Space

9.7 TiB free

other
live data
snapshots
free
284.2 GB used (10%)
3.6 TIB Logical (10.2x space savings)

Protection

0 MB replicated a day

Performance reserves changers

SWDev_2 26.4% 26.4
MySQL VM0.6% -9.4
Test_411.2%   9.3
RHEV_VM0.8%  -5.9
OpenStack VM16.1%  -4.5
HyperV VM30.6%  -3.9
HyperV VM40.2%  -2.8
XenServer VM11.5% 1.5
Eng Desktop_NewHire6.3% -0.9
Sales Desktop_NewHire0.6%  0.6

Space Changers

HyperV VM30.2 GB 0.2
SWDev_2 57.5 GB 5.0
Test_40.2 GB 0.2
RHEV_VM0.2 GB 0.2
XenServer VM10.2 GB 0.2
MySQL VM0.2 GB 0.2
OpenStack VM10.2 GB  0.2
HyperV VM457.5 GB 5.0
Eng Desktop_NewHire0.2 GB 0.6
Stats at 04:05 am | Refresh
Service Groups
VM IOPS Hypervisor Type MBps Latency ms Provisioned GiB Used GiB Change MB/day Replication State
SWDev_2
650
VMware
5.0
0.1
0
0.01
21
not configured
MySQL VM
1250
Hyper-V
9.1
0.5
60
8.7
55
not configured
Test_4
2500
Hyper-V
45.1
0.9
77
30.5
256
not configured
RHEV_VM
1563
RHEV
36.0
0.7
52
100.1
536
not configured
OpenStack VM1
3456
OpenStack
39.0
0.8
0
22.7
452
not configured
HyperV VM3
4960
Hyper-V
45.0
1.2
62
69.7
929
not configured
HyperV VM4
3256
Hyper-V
25.0
1.8
0
35.4
325
not configured
XenServer VM1
2450
XenServer
18.0
1.0
32
26.6
450
not configured
Eng Desktop_NewHire
2160
VMware
30.0
1.9
60
2.9
786
not configured
Sales Desktop_NewHire
2900
VMware
35.0
1.5
60
0.0
235
not configured
SWDev_2
1650
OpenStack
10.2
0.6
361
0.0
125
not configured
MySQL VM
1853
Hyper-V
12.0
0.7
60
0.0
153
not configured
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Snapshots


Here’s your trusty Tintri dashboard. Want to see how easy it is to manage multiple, concurrent hypervisors? OK, then let’s work through a theoretical exercise.

Mission: Add all available hypervisor managers to one Tintri VMstore. Trust us, this won’t take as long as you think.

Action: Let’s get started. Click on “Settings” in the top menu.

Notice that you can see all potential hypervisor managers. You’re currently operating VMware, next let’s add Hyper-V.

Action: Select Hyper-V from the list of available hypervisor managers.

Action: Good. Now select "Add Hyper-V host" and identify the data path.

Action: Hey, that was pretty easy. Adding other hypervisor managers couldn’t possibly be that simple… could it?

Let’s try adding RHEV. First select RHEV from the top menu of the dialog box, and then click on Add RHEV.

Action: You’ve got the hang of this, so let’s add an OpenStack hypervisor manager while you’re at it. You know what to do by now. Select OpenStack from the top menu of the dialog box and then click on Add OpenStack.

Action: Time to round this out and add XenServer to the same Tintri VMstore.

First select XenServer from the top menu of the dialog box, and then click on Add XenServer.

Action: Now hit “Save” and you are done. That’s it. Hypervisor managers added.

You have five different CONCURRENT hypervisor managers all set up on a single Tintri VMstore – in minutes.

Now, let’s assume that behind the scenes you migrated VMs from each of those hypervisors to your Tintri VMstore. Time to make sure everything transferred as expected.

Action: Select the “Virtual Machines” tab in the top left of the user interface.

Here is a list of ALL the VMs that reside on your Tintri VMstore.

Action: Let’s see which hypervisor manager is being used for each of these VMs. To do that we need to add a column with that information—just right click anywhere in the top row of the table for a list of all fields you can add.

Action: Now select “Hypervisor Type” from the dropdown list.

Confirmed. You can see VMs from multiple hypervisor managers are residing concurrently on your Tintri VMstore. No separate nodes or management tools necessary when your storage works at the VM-level.

Summary: You successfully prepped your VMstore to run multiple concurrent hypervisors.

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